Taking airliners to the next level - Charts and more

Since I have all the time in the world due to lockdown, I decided to make some charts for the reworked Boeing aircraft in Infinite Flight. It started of with the 737 and the 777. I will now be doing all the airliners, reworked and legacy. Be aware that if the charts under a type are missing, they haven’t been made yet.

Enjoy!


Airbus

A320

A330

A340

A350

A380


Boeing

717

737

747

757

767

777

787


Bombardier

CRJ

Dash-8


Embraer

E170/175/190/195


Lockheed Martin

C-130


McDonnell Douglas

DC-10

MD-11

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Nice job! Looks like a lot of time and effort were put into making these charts. These should come in handy for lots of folks just fine!

might have to give them a try myself πŸ˜‰

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This looks amazing! I saved these to my photos on my device so I remember to use them next time!

Very πŸ‘ Nice πŸ‘ Job πŸ‘

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Thanks! Good to know a real pilot approves ;)

Certainly took a lot of time and effort but it was more than worth it!

Happy flying!

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Congratulations on that one! Amazing!

This will be helpful for a lot of users when using the 737! (icluinding me, haha)

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I love the 737!

This will help out!

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Update:

  • Added charts for the newly reworked 777 family. Includes a new optimum cruise altitude chart.

Will add charts for the 757 when it is released. Can’t make them right now as I don’t have the MLW/MTOW and the Throttle Position vs N1 stats that Infinite Flight will use.

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That’s so nice of you! Greatly helping the community, bookmarked, thanks so much!

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I recommend you do the A350 and a320 family as people fly those aircraft a lot

Nvm u only do boeing

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Might do them soon.

It just takes a long time as it is really hard to find accurate and reliable stats. The checklist will be the easiest part.

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I’m sure it’s not easy to make these

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I am going to use these for my next flight!

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I found it very useful, and as always, bookmarked!

Thanks a lot!

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It’s funny how you put disclaimer :

"not to be used for real world aviation"

as if i have a spare 777 in my backyard lol :D. But, nice chart!!! Thank you! Bookmarked!

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Yes, but remember how easy something like this would be to come up on a quick Google search. It sounds silly to think people would Google stuff like this, even having a type rating on the type and all the information available to them, but you’d unfortunately be surprised.

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As @InfiniteFlightDeck said.

Things spread fast on the internet. I obviously don’t expect some random 777 pilot to search for a checklist on the internet but you never know. Better to be safe than sorry πŸ€·πŸΌβ€β™‚οΈ

Glad you like the chart!

WOW that’s exactly what I needed ! Thx a lot for this. @DeerCrusher don’t blame yourself, you do such an amazing job here !!!

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saved this post for later. lol ty

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is it just me or does simbrief way overestimate fuel required for the 77W? i completed a 12 hr flight from lax-akl yesterday and had about 35,000 kg of fuel left at NZAA. told me to load up 116 tons but only used 80. flighttime wasnt shorter than expected

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